Special Lecture: Giorgia Lupi: Data Humanism-October 25, 2022

Join the President’s Office for a talk about “data humanism” with Giorgia Lupi, an award-winning information designer and a partner at Pentagram design studio in New York City.

Giorgia Lupi is an information designer and artist whose research and practice uses data as a tool to better understand human nature. Lupi, an advocate for data humanism, uses data visualization as her expressive medium to narrate what she discovers. As we are impacted by algorithms, infographics, and big data, Lupi analyzes this data to create informational graphics that translate into narratives, visual, and tactile structures, immersive websites, and interactive experiences that render the data approachable and enable the viewer or participant to understand the information and locate its relevance in their lives and the lives of others.

4:30PM – 5:30PM
Carpenter Library, Room 21